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Low Cost Home Ownership and the credit crunch: Regional markets and competition with private developers

The aim of this study was to expand upon research conducted for the Housing Corporation, Low Cost Home Ownership: Affordability, Risks and Issues, in early 2008.

The specific aims of this research were (i) to explore the nature of regional markets for LCHO offered by Housing Associations (HAs) since the downturn, and (ii) to clarify the impact of private developer shared equity schemes on HAs and the degree to which HAs are competing with these schemes.

Low Cost Home Ownership and the Credit Crunch: a report on regional markets and competition with private developers

The Cambridge Centre for Housing and Planning Research (CCHPR) report for the Tenant Services Authority, exploring the impact of the credit crunch and housing market turbulence on Low Cost Home Ownership (LCHO), has just been published.

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CCHPR Contact

Funder

Tenant Services Authority

Project Start Date

1st December 2008